Migrating To Hgab from older Linux version of mercurial

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gordon.hall

20 Sep, 2013 02:25 PM

Currently my team is using an older version of Mercurial that is hosted on a Linux server. What would be the process or steps to migrate the code from the older version of Mercurial to HgLab?

Thanks

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Anton Gogolev on 23 Sep, 2013 08:15 AM

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    Gordon,

    Theoretically, HgLab will be able to pick up your repositories. However, if they are really old (meaning, created by pre-1.7 Mercurial), HgLab will display a warning on the Repository page with a link detailing how to convert a repository to a newer format.

    As for migration process, it should be fairly easy. Add Projects you need, then copy Mercurial repositories to <hglab-home-directory>\data\repositories\master\<project-slug> and then add them through a web interface with the same name.

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